Grant of the Week: Zeidler Academic Awards
Karen Lou | Aug 14, 2019
The Making of the Graduate Working Class
Jeff Schuhrke | Jan 29, 2019
Grant of the Week: Herbert G. Gutman Prize for Outstanding Dissertation
Zoë Jackson | Dec 20, 2018
AHA Member Spotlight: Phil Rubio
Matthew Keough | Mar 6, 2018Phil Rubio is associate professor of history at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro.
AHA Member Spotlight: Margaret Lynch-Brennan
Matthew Keough | Dec 27, 2017Margaret Lynch-Brennan is a current public scholar for Humanities New York.
Will Robots Rule the World?
Dane Kennedy | Dec 11, 2017What impact will robots and automation have on the workplace? Panelists at a recent National History Center briefing looked to history for clues.
Grant of the Week: Herbert Gutman Dissertation Prize
Zoe Jackson | Oct 25, 2017The Labor and Working-Class History Association announces its annual Herbert Gutman Dissertation Prize.
“Vermin are Like Weeds in Your Garden”: Fences, Poisons, and Agricultural Transformation in Colonial Namibia
Bernard C. Moore | Jul 20, 2017
Killing for Sheep
Bernard C. Moore | Jun 9, 2017Blog Contest winner Bernard C. Moore's blog series explores how vermin control transformed southern Namibian agriculture under apartheid and colonialism.